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to contact, was linked to the same los angeles address. now a lot of questions. >> so many questions. >> a lot of the actors say they were duped. >> out and out duped. >> the main character in this film was george. wuptzn't muhammad. >> they thought it was about ancient times. this is what they say. also some of the dialogue actually dubbed in. so like they read certain lines then in post production, lines were dubbeden that were much more controversial. >> muhammad portrayed as a fraud, pedophile, womanizer and homosexual. and, bazil, according to a gentleman that helped, he was not israeli or youer but suggested an arab christian a refugee from the middle east. and calling islam a cancer. so this, this, bazil or whatever his name is, using a pseudonym has gone into hiding. make sure you stay with abc news for the latest as events in libya unfold. we will have updates throughout the morning on "america this morning" and later on "good morning america," of course throughout the day on abc as well as abcnews.com. >>> let's go to a consumer alert about skin cream advertising. the feder
of los angeles. neighborhood yesterday as some bank robbers on the run started throwing cash out of the when dough of their suv. one woman called it a neighborhood stimulus package. she watched people scooping up the bills. look at that. it all came to an end. when a pickup truck blocked the suspect's car. they surrendered. the third high-speed chase in los angeles this week alone the you might remember an elaborate bank heist in east l.a. last week. the suspect is now under arrest. a group of robbers kidnapped the bank manager from her home. strapped what turned out to be a fake bomb to her. then they forced her to rob money from her own bank. turns out the suspect arrested, uh-huh, it's the manager's boyfriend. he has already posted bail. and he has been released. very interesting. >> strange one indeed. >> you know what else is interesting, the weather right now. actually quite nice in some areas of the country. showers in the four corners of the southwest. thunderstorms across texas, also from oklahoma city to saint louis and chicago. showers from savannah done to miami. yet
the window. >> an awesome video in los angeles. home of so much make believe this was not fiction as abc's nick watt reports it was fact. >> reporter: in that speeding black suv, four guys who just robbed a bank in santa clarita. the cops hot on their tail, a chase topping 100 miles an hour. so far, so l.a. then this bundles of cash thrown from the back seat as the car raced through town. people rushed into the streets to scoop up the money. >> see people diving into the street to get the cash. >> reporter: look at that again, they're throwing money out the window? what is this, robin hood? >> you can see all the pedestrians out here. >> reporter: word got out. crowd got thicker. cheering benevolent bandits. >> this is all evidence. >> reporter: the third high-speed chase in l.a. this week. monday a suspected drug dealer actually got away. a rare occurrence. >> he crashed. >> reporter: the suspected murderer cornered, opened up on the cops with an ak-47. >> he has got the weapon in his hand. looks look he want down. ak-47. trying to return fire. >> reporter: all those suspected bank robb
. the los angeles county sheriff's department says the man was not arrested and went in voluntarily for questioning. he has a prior conviction on bank fraud charges. authorities are looking into his role in producing the video may have violated terms of his probation. four americans died in attack on u.s. consulate in libya shortly after the video was posted, including ambassador chris stevens. >>> eight people were arrested and six officers injured in protests against the antimuslim film in sydney, australia. witnesses say up to 500 people marched in the streets before getting into a confrontation with police in front of the u.s. consulate. police used pepper spray and tear gas to break up protests. >>> two people died and at least 40 people were hurt when protesters stormed the u.s. embassy in tunisia. the embassy was not staffed at the time of the attack. >>> antiamerican protests have now spread to about 20 countries, from the middle east and north africa all the way to australia. you are looking at a map right now of where the demonstrations have taken place. the state departme
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month at knott's berry farm near los los angeles, promised riders the feeling of free flight. what they ended up with the feeling of being trapped, the length of a football field off the ground. >> it started going a little bit slower. and then, it stopped. and that was it. >> it was really scary. and i was hoping that we would get down really soon. >> the first half an hour was pretty rough on me. i have a fear of heights. i was on it because my husband wanted to train me to get over my fear of heights. by the end, i was. >> can you believe that? murphy's law. she gets on, it stops. it is the second time the ride has malfunctioned. and knott's berry farms says it will be shut down for a while while they investigate. >>> well, a man in colorado who was diagnosed with a condition balled popcorn lung has won a massive payout. wayne watson was awarded more than $7 million yesterday. he claims his respiratory problems were caused by inhaling the artificial butter smell from the two bags of microwave popcorn he ate every day for years. the food companies watson sued claimed his issues s
emmy history in drought ma category. reporting live in los angeles, abc7 news. ama, back to you. >> brandy, i have to be honest, i love looking at the trash mags after the awards and seeing what everybody wore on the red carpet. there is usually a color or fabric everybody wears. what was the theme on the red carpet tonight? >> bright yellow. i don't know if you saw julianne moore's dress, but bright, bright yellow. we saw a lot of sequence. sophia vergara was sexy and beautiful in the bright colors with sequence and even whites out there. there were quite a few show stoppers i have to say. >> i think she gets talked about a lot. have a good night. >>> the 49ers did not win an emmy for their performance today. >> they did not. but the raiders get their first victory of the year on a last-minute field goal. and the 49ers are bullied in th >>> the 49ers play smash mouth football in all phases of the game. the vikings threw the niners around like a rag doll giving them their first loss of the season. smith was scrambling all day, disrupting his timing. he says hello to mr. smith. 1
is best known for his role in the green mile. he died in a los angeles hospital where he had been suffering since a heart attack in july. that's according to his fiancee who became famous on donald trump show the apprentice. he was 6'5", 300 pounds and appeared in dozens of age in films including armageddon and planet of the apes. in 99 he scored oscar nomination playing a prisoner in the 1930s. michael clark duncan dead today at 54. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] finally, mom's oven-baked tastes straight from the microwave. like oven-roasted chicken in a creamy alfredo sauce. marie callender's new comfort bakes. it's time to savor. to meet the needs of my growing business. but how am i going to fund it? and i have to find a way to manage my cash flow better. [ female announcer ] our wells fargo bankers are here to listen, offer guidance and provide you with options tailored to your business. we've loaned more money to small businesses than any other bank for ten years running. so come talk to us to see how we can help. wells fargo. together we'll go far. >> shepard: happening now in
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arrested skaoeup-year-old lawrence jones of los angeles on suspicion of homicide. the harold says he is a distinguished professor in monterey. >>> here is continuing coverage of the u.s. protest overseas. today, the barack obama administration advised congress dispatched marine units: and the somber homecoming of those killed. >> reporter: as conflict continues, the bodies of those killed in libya, including the ambassador arrived back home. >> four americans, four patriots, they loved this country and they chose to serve it and served it will. >> reporter: u.s. embassies and diplomatic posts throughout the region stayed at heightened alert for muslim's holy day amid continued protests and in the wakes of the killing of ambassadors christopher stevens and three others on an a tack at the consulate on tuesday. a battle continued for a 4th day in cairo. and indonesia, clouds of black smoke were seen as they storm the gate at the embassy. >> reporter: friday's demonstrations were not confined to the middle east. this was the scene outside of the american embassy. the protest seen in
's go out to jacki schechner in los angeles, who is going to tell us how the twitter world is dealing with this question "are we better off"? >> the rnc bought the hashtag are you better off and it has taken long for progressives to hijack it and say yeah, we are better off. they paid for it, and they're certainly not getting what they paid for. it's not working for them. >> no, which i think is so typical of what we saw at the rnc, and hopefully what we won't see at the dnc, which is the republican strategy to consider to see twitter as a marketplace that you can buy that you can influence by promoting things and spending money on it. i think what we've seen the democrats be really good at is instead capitalizing on what people are interested in, think it's funny and what is resonant. >> on twitter knowing that the g.o.p.'s nominee actually pays his taxes. this is not a difficult one to rip on. one thing that cenk mentioned earlier on, the most retreated moment of the rnc is "this seat's taken" photo of barack obama after clint eastwood's nonemonologue to an empty chair. >> they can
and as president, he can't do that. >> outside los angeles, bank robbery suspects made it rain all over the streets. >> coming out the window. iphone 5 has arrived. it has a faster processor and qui quicker data speed. >> baby panda at the san diego zoo. look at that face. after six weeks, he is starting to open his eyes. >> i think you better go. he has that look, doesn't he? your wife just had a baby. >> please button that shirt. it's disgusting. >> so stupid at this point he needs a spotter to place -- >> president obama personally copy edited bill clinton's speech last week from the dnc in charlotte. >> biggest change was that obama had clinton use the phrase americans instead of all you had clinton use the phrase americans instead of all you fine honeys. captioning funded by cbs >>> welcome to cbs "this morning." violent american protests >>> violent american protests have spread two days after the american aambassador to libya and three of his staff were killed. this morning, target is the american interests in yemen capital. weapons in the air chanting death to america stormed the embassy co
the two of us, how do you get along when you can do a film, a video in los angeles that insults the prophet, something done in a basement, and it can set the entire region aflame against the united states? i think we have to look at our entire policy. >> eleanor? >> the implication is president obama could have somehow prevented these uprisings and i think that is a false assumption and some of the antiamerican sentiment that you see in egypt is because they think the u.s. policy was far too long on the side of mubarak and repression. they don't look at us as great liberate tores and i don't think the president is putting us forward as the force that so-called liberated the middle east. these are democracies that are working their way through new government and dealing with extremist elements in their own midst. what happened in libya and egypt and other places are very different. in libya, protesters used rocket launchers to protest, so this was evidently a planned attack. probably had something to do with the 9/11 symbolism, we'll see. there are people under arrest. but the li
. firefighters managed to prevent any damage. it was hot in southern california today, downtown los angeles hit 100 degrees. >>> there's more evidence tonight of a recovering housing market. sales of bay area homes have surged to levels we haven't seen since before the recession. real estate research group data quick says august home sales in the bay area were the strongest in six yearlings. more than 8,500 homes traded hands last months. as ktvu reporter tom vacar tells tells us now, home buyers on the sidelines are taking action. >> reporter: merris delane was packing tonight. for the delane's things finally lined up. >> the mortgage rates were incredibly low. we were thinking about expanding our family and there was a house we had to jump on. >> reporter: even as the sale sign went up, there have been several offers. >> it's in the right area, with good schools and that's what people are looking for now. >> reporter: the days of denial and false home have ended but not so much so in other bay area counties. >> sellers, real sellers have acknowledged the adjustment in their price. because th
managed to prevent any damage. it was hot in southern california today, downtown los angeles hit 100 degrees. >>> there's more evidence tonight of a recovering housing market. sales of bay area homes have surged to levels we haven't seen since before the recession. real estate research group data quick says august home sales in the bay area were the strongest in six yearlings. more than 8,500 homes traded hands last months. as ktvu reporter tom vacar tells tells us now, home buyers on the sidelines are taking action. >> reporter: merris delane was packing tonight. for the delane's things finally lined up. >> the mortgage rates were incredibly low. we were thinking about expanding our family and there was a house we had to jump on. >> reporter: even as the sale sign went up, there have been several offers. >> it's in the right area, with good schools and that's what people are looking for now. >> reporter: the days of denial and false home have ended but not so much so in other bay area counties. >> sellers, real sellers have acknowledged the adjustment in their price. because they a
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on the auto parts industry for jobs. >> his competition, mitt romney is in los angeles this morning, looking to beef up support among latino voters. he will pledge reform to the nation, what he calls broken immigration system when he addresses the hispanic chamber of commerce today. there are no details exactly about how he would do it in the excerpts of the speech released so far to the media. >>> it is a one-year anniversary of the occupy movement. can you believe it? protests are planned in lower manhattan today and expected to begin in about two hours. today, protesters are planning rallies in the more than 30 cities around the world, including a march on the new york stock exchange. >> we are watching to see how big they get today. >>> prince william and his bride, katherine, also known as kate. their lawyers are filing a complaint against the photographer that snapped those topless pictures of the duchess of cambridge. they plan to go to court to stop the publication of more topless photos of the duchess. they're going to seek some damages. >> that was so unfortunate. tough on her. >>>
to security reason there. >> the man who ignited this is in custody in los angeles this morning. but authorities claim it has nothing to do with that movie. nakoula basseley nakoula was held on alleged parole violations connected with his violati violation. he used at least 17 fake names including sam basseley, the pseudonym under which he made the film. >>> investigators say the sons anarchy star beat and strangled his 81-year-old land lady before falling from the three-story home to his death. that's as police were approaching. drugs may have been involved but they say just don't have any proof yet. >>> later police in roseville, michigan, will be drilling for clues in a search for the possible remains of jimmy hoffa. they will test soil samples from beneath the drivewaya home. looking for human remains, a tipster apparently told police a body was buried there around the time the teamsters union chief vanished 37 years ago why now? why now? >> a lot of questions about this. there are people who say maybe. you say -- >> no way. >>> a colossal waste of time and money is exactly
, los angeles. the shuttle's new home, the california science center in downtown l.a. a live report from kennedy space center in the next half hour. >> can we see the dramatic re-enactment again? >> you know what? here's the deal. they were supposed to fly yesterday, can you imagine with all those torrential winds. >> oh, yeah. >> i'm sure it would have been a big delay. >> fifth graders and schoolchildren all over california can't wait for their annual trip. >> that's right. >> exciting. 17 minutes past the hour. coming up, more signs of a recovery in the housing market. >> for an expanded look at all of our top stories head to our blog cnn.com/earlystart. [ male announcer ] what if you had thermal night-vision goggles, like in a special ops mission? you'd spot movement, gather intelligence with minimal collateral damage. but rather than neutralizing enemies in their sleep, you'd be targeting stocks to trade. well, that's what trade architect's heat maps do. they make you a trading assassin. trade architect. td ameritrade's empowering web-based trading platform. trade commission-free fo
. the retired shuttle is en route to los angeles where it will go on display at the california science center. today "endeavor" will fly from houston to edwards air force base in california. it will include a flyover of tucson, arizona, to honor gabby giffords. her husband mark kelly was the commander on endeavor's final mission. >> such amazing pictures. >>> rob, we want to know will the weather cooperate with today's flight? >> it looks like it. you never get tired of seeing that piggyback of the 747. today's weather will be fantastic. although they are not happy that they're not getting one of these puppies at mission control in houston. rightfully so. they have a problem there. 60 degrees in houston. so we're looking at really what it looks like the first half of the journey and then getting to the west coast later on tonight and tomorrow. all right. morning lows across the northeast right now we have 27 degrees in new york. that is enough for frost and pumpkins for sure. frost and freeze advisories up for northern new england and parts of lower canada. 56 degrees in new york city. you re
's nischelle turner is live in los angeles. what did unthink? any bad calls? >> reporter: well, it depends on who you're rooting for basically, john, you know, yes, the refs -- the real refs got a standing ovation last night and everyone was breathing a sigh of relief that they were back on the field but you know what, it did not take long for the boo birds to come out. it was about four minutes into the game in the first quarter when the refs made a holding call on the ravens, and you heard the boo birds so it was like, we're glad you're back, welcome back, we don't like your call, and, of course, we knew that we were going to hear that. i'm not sure i would say there were bad calls but when you're the home crowd and the call goes against your team there's never a call that you like. here's the benchmark i think of determining whether it was a successful first outing back for the regular refs. you didn't really notice that they were there and that is a good thing. >> it sure is. roger goodell claims it wasn't that debacle monday night that got them to the table finally to reach a deal. is
yesterday. today the shuttle flies from edwards air force base in california to los angeles before landing in l.a.x. it will do a flyover of downtown l.a. and hollywood. that will be fun. >> how will the weather be for that. good morning. >> good morning to you guys. the first and last time ever to fly over the south land. here is the trip in los angeles, in california, hot, warm, dry. no problems weather wise to get out and look. 8:15 it will leave edwards air force base. in the 60s, no chance of rain. by 9:30, getting to sacramento then winding up in los angeles around 11:30 and landing in l.a.x. around 12:30. it's going to leave 8:15, fly over palmdale, the golden gate bridge, the discovery center, the aquarium and berkeley, then over the southland and land in l.a.x. the weather is warm. the cooldown coming to the upper midwest. by sunday, it makes its way to the midwest including baltimore and washington. >> thank you very much. >> it is 10 minutes after the hour. while you were sleeping, these people, say what you want about them. they were waiting up all night outdoors. it's still da
found out that tyrone lives here in kind of a rough neighborhood in downtown los angeles. ...i wanted to confront tyrone to see if trudeau's claims were true... [knocking, ♪...] so i showed up on his doorstep. ...i'm looking for tyrone clark. we're looking into the claims that kevin trudeau made, that you made $85,000 towards going to college. >> oh, that's why you're here. >> is that true? >> yeah, that is true. >> misha: again, he seemed convincing, but would tyrone back up trudeau's other outrageous claim? >> when the money is given to you by the government you never have to pay it back. >> you never have to pay it back. >> mm-hmm. >> it's not a loan. >> oh, no, no loans. i can't do loans. >> misha: but could we still catch him in a lie? there was only one way to know for sure. ...we want to make sure these claims are actually true. >> well... >> misha: we followed tyrone into his apartment and watched as he started searching through his files. ...show me some of these checks. >> this is the highest, right here, 14,000. >> misha: and there it was, in black and white. ...when you
scandal in a high school near los angeles. more than 70 people have been questioned after several soccer playser at the high school said they were attacked on school ground. a sex crimes unit is investigating allegations that a coach lured younger boys to a room where older players tried to assault victims with a foreign object. >> fought so are, he grabbed this piece of javelin, grabbed it with both of his hand like this, squeezing it so hard. >> this is intolerable. and our district cannot -- tolerate this. >> the abuse allegedly occurred late last spring. but police are looking into several years of the la puente high school soccer program. >>> new york city now supplying the morning after pill to teens at a dozen high schools. students as young as 14 can get the emergency pill, plan b, without telling their parents. part of an expanded pilot program, aimed at curbing teen pregnancy rate. reaction so far has been mixed. >> the morning after pill, that's more unprotected sex. >> they're old enough. i think a good idea. >> the morning after pill can prevent pregnancy taken up to 72 hour
>> this claim has been dumping by retarded, this is a fire in los angeles threatening several large homes in the area. about 10 a. of our have burned. on >> we will stay on top of this developing story and breaking in with any updates throughout the broadcast. >>catherine: if you buy things on amazon it is about to cost you more. justine waldman is here to talk about this. people were really saving. >>justine: midnight tonight is the deadline. >>justine: shoppers are making big-ticket purchases in the stocking up on essential before this tax kicks in. the new law starts tomorrow. how much more you will pay depends on where you live. it is all based on your shipping address. it could be anywhere from a 7 and 1/4% to nine points 75% more. although low and, if you buy something from $100, starting tomorrow european extra $7.24. this is expected to generate more than $200 million a year for california with at least half of that coming from amazon alone. if you would like to buy something, now is the time to do it. the >> here is a live look outside from the golden gate. sunny skies and t
the theory though, the stink is being reported up to 50 miles away in suburban areas of los angeles. air quality managers are investigating. >> powerful stink. >> fish and chips anybody? >> there you go. holding on the fish. remember when new york had a mysterious smell. some sort of maple. >> always a mysterious smell in new york. >> far and wide. new jersey. it smelled like maple syrup. better than stinky fish. >> something smelled good in new york. a look at the weather. frost advisories for new york, new england. showers in south florida. heavy thunderstorms and flooding in the southwest. gusty winds from the pacific northwest to 80s in the midwest. 90s sacramento to dallas. 64, seattle. 70s in the rockies. >>> here is some evidence it wasn't all bad when hurricane isaac came ashore late last month. >> the artist hung out under an overpass and let the storm's strong wind take his paint across the canvas. the final results turned out pretty cool. >> yeah, they do look good. >> bobby says when heap puts it up for auction, the proceeds will help isaac's vick timz and is likely to head o
about the controversial filmmaker and the family, they have left their los angeles home for parts unknown. deputies say they reunited him with his relatives and drove them to an undisclosed location. >>> more than 130 inmates on the loose this morning after escaping from a prison in northern mexico. right near the texas border. authorities say the prisoners broke out through a 20-foot tunnel yesterday, and cut their way through a chain link fence. they are now questioning the staff to see if they were involved. most of the fugitives were in for federal crimes like drug trafficking. >>> a north carolina court is hearing new testimony in the four decade old "fatal vision" case. former green beret and doctor jeffrey macdonald trying to clear his name in the 1970 murders of his pregnant wife and two young daughters. new dna evidence was introduced monday. there was a statement from a deputy u.s. marshal who sa, a woman had told him she was in the family's apartment the night of the attack. >>> a texas mom is demanding answers from her son's middle school saying administrators paddled
-loathing and doubt now that it's showtime. these messages are among 250 pages of e-mails obtained by "los angeles times." michael jackson described in them is a jackson the public never saw. ♪ >> reporter: not even in "this is it," the behind-the-scenes movie documenting prep for the disturbing comeback. but this slurred phone message recorded a month before his death played at conrad murray's trial seems to support assertions jackson was not well. the underwriter of the comeback show is new suing aeg, claiming the company lied about jackson's health to secure a $17.5 million insurance policy. jackson's heirs are also suing aeg, claiming promoters pressured him to perform. we could not reach aeg for comment, but aeg claiming promoters pressured him. lawyers for the company told the l.a. times these messages are incomplete and leaked to portray the company in a negative light. nick watt, abc news, los angeles. ♪ >> wow, there is not a bigger m.j. fan on the planet than i am. it is just unbelievable to see just his last couple months how sad they were, how completely unraveled he seemed to be.
cultural history nick watt, abc news, los angeles. >> i could not look away. >> i was telling you beforehand. i watched the first five minutes. i went down and got distracted. i missed the chair part. the money. >> the chair, just unbelievable. >> i saw it all on tape. >> trying to figure it out. is the chair. is he losing it? what's up with the chair? >> like he said it was memorable. it was a lot of the above. he succeeded. >> who remembers anything else. all about the chair. >> exactly. we will be right back. >> invisible obama in the chair. ha-ha. invisible obama in the chair. ha-ha. hd-8. >>> this morning on "world news w" -- >>> this morning on "world news now" -- tale of the tape. a secret recording has mitt romney doing damage control. >> the republican nominee faced reporters last night responding to his comments about president obama supporters and entitlements. it's tuesday, september 18th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >>> good morning. i'm june muller. >> i'm sunny hostin. rob and paula are on assignment. we fweelt to that explosive tape, rock
. a big program centered in houston for a large part but it will be off to los angeles in a little while. we watch it. bill: looks like another flyover. they were just kidding. see you on the radio. bye-bye. martha: "happening now" starts right now. jon: once again taking a look at space shuttle endeavour. it is "happening now." that is the name of our broadcast. the space shuttle endeavour on its way to the west coast flying over the city of houston. dipping down as low as 1500 feet. it flew over the stennis space center in mississippi and the assembly facility in new orleans. all part of the shuttle program building the fuel tanks and the engines for the shuttle. it is about to set down in houston. again they're doing some of those low level flyovers as space shuttle endeavour takes to the skies for the final time. jenna: checking everything out for a little while, right? saying hello to everybody on the streets. meantime we turn to brand new stories and breaking news here on "happening now". jon: yesterday was all about the see credit recording of governor romney at a fund-raiser toda
into a program like this. >> reporter: this is the first leg of "endeavour's" three-day journey to los angeles where it will eventually call the california science center home. and it is no easy mission. in south l.a., crews are already preparing to roll "endeavour" through the streets. they're raising power and cable lines from 30 feet to 60 feet above ground to have enough clearance for the shuttle's tail. >> we had to bring in specialized equipment, because we normally don't work above 30 to 32 feet. >> reporter: 260 trees are being cut to make room. that's angered some residents. >> something different, yeah, besides cutting them down. >> reporter: the science center is promising to plant and maintain four trees for every one that is removed. as the shuttle ended its first day of travel in houston, astronaut mark kelly, the last to fly "endeavour," made this request for his wife, former congresswoman gabby giffords. >> tell the pilots when they land it would be great if they could fly over tucson so gabby and i could see "endeavour." >> reporter: and nasa has decided to grant mark kelly's
endeavour to its home in los angeles. it is on pretakeoff roll taxiing into position. the plane or planes are going to be flying over northern california, making sort of a historic tour flying past the golden gate bridge and san francisco skyline. supposed to take off five minutes from now. they have delayed this by an hour because of fog over san francisco, as so often happens in that city. they're hoping that the fog will be burned off by the time the shuttle endeavour gets off the ground hire at edwards air force base and gets up to the san francisco bay area. it will also be doing a flyover the los angeles area. we'll keep you updated. arthel: such a great sight when you see it up in the air. jon: that is a beautiful thing to see. i wish frankly it was still flying in space. but that's just me. arthel: i understand. when we come back 16 trillion in debt, $16. no worries but president obama under fire what he said on letterman on america's exploding debt. stephen hayes what he cause big whoppers on late night. jon: we'll put them to the truth-o-meter a bike ride in the country scary af
in moss angeles. -- los angeles. >> all you want is the best possible classroom experience. there has to be some level of accountability. i would but it might evolve met helped to rate teachers. not testers in a performance what metric will you use? john: that includes your parents. >> but they were educators and my mom said the same thing. there are brilliant teachers out there who change lives. think of the best teacher that still has the impact. wouldn't be wonderful we could trust our children would have that experience? would it is all about the union thomas stranglehold, the pension, benefits, it makes teachers the enemy. but they should be what makes children more successful. [applause] john: the union says it is not just about money. they don't think this system is fair to get students whose parents don't care and the teachers that struggle are unfairly judged. >> this is what is shameful. the unions blame the hard chips on the students. no question but the point* that the mayor was making you want to identify this teachers and move them farther and faster. that is what the un
ma category. reporting live in los angeles, abc7 news. ama, back to you. >> brandy, i have to be honest, i love looking at the trash mags after the awards and seeing what everybody wore on the red carpet. there is usually a color or fabric everybody wears. what was the theme on the red carpet tonight? >> bright yellow. i don't know if you saw julianne moore's dress, but bright, bright yellow. we saw a lot of sequence. sophia vergara was sexy and beautiful in the bright colors with sequence and even whites out there. there were quite a few show stoppers i have to say. >> i think she gets talked about a lot. have a good night. >>> the 49ers did not win an emmy for their performance today. >> they did not. but the raiders get their first victory of the year on a last-minute field goal. and the 49ers are bullied in th >>> the 49ers play smash mouth football in all phases of the game. the vikings threw the niners around like a rag doll giving them their first loss of the season. smith was scrambling all day, disrupting his timing. he says hello to mr. smith. 13 tackles and two s
. nick watt, abc news, los angeles. >> well, first of all, she's absolutely gorgeous. you can't stop looking at her. >> a cutie-pie. holy cow. >> and apparently, you know, this is a little girl after my own heart. she loves the jackson 5. and she her eyes light up at the mention of michael jackson's "thriller." yes, you see. she can perform all the dance moves and lyrics. >> really? >> i can perform all the "thriller" dance moves as well. >> did you get called out, or was she nice to you? >> very nice to me. >> a sweetie. that's the news for this half hour. >>> this morning on "world news now," fo >>> this morning on "world news now," football fiasco. replacement refs responsible for one of the most bizarre endings in nfl history. >> the controversial call in the packers/seahawks game could be a turning point in the troubled season. it's tuesday, september 25th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >>> good morning. i'm john muller. rob nelson's on assignment. >> and i'm sunny hostin in for paula faris. >>> in a moment, the nfl firearmstorm. it truly is a firestorm.
an internet movie that ridiculed islam. well, late today, the filmmaker, was arrested in los angeles. federal prosecutors say that by uploading the film on the internet, he violated the terms of his probation on a previous check fraud conviction. iowa kicked off the primary and caucus season. eell, today it became the first battleground state to in the e neral election. at least 400,000 iowans are expected to vote before election day, november 6. in other battleground states, voting begins in colorado october 22, more than two million people are expected to cast early ballots there. in florida, balloting starts october 27 with more than four million early voters expected. john dickerson is in our washington bureau. he's our political director. and, john, i wonder what impact does all this early voting have on the campaigns? t reporter: well, the presidential race is now on two reacks-- the traditional election track headed towards november 6 and the early voting track, where what the candidates say and two in these battleground states ask influence votes being cast right now. both candidates
. i did that. i went to new york. then i moved to los angeles in 2003. one of the things about moving to l.a. from the east coast when you are 30 years old is that all of the sudden, you feel very divorced from this east coast sort of traditional upbringing. that happened to me when i came out here. i was living in a part of the city that felt very new. you know, dated back really to the 1950s, and i felt very detached all of the sudden. that thing i took for granted growing up in a log cabin, living next to amish people, ect., ect., and all the sudden, i needed that in my life. one day, i was in the shower, loofaing, and my wife bursts into the bathroom, just out of nowhere says, if you could go back to college now and major in any subject, what would it be? i said, well, that's a good question. what would i do? i burst out history. even as i said it, i didn't quite put all the pieces together. i didn't quite understand what it was, but i felt with was missing in my life that i needed to learn about the past, that this would somehow make me a better person and citizen. not that long
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